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    Question Matching styles

    Hello,

    Ok I have 2 multi-view blocks inserted into a drawing. (MVB1=style-a and MVB
    2=style-b) Later I realize I want one (MVB 1) of the multi-view blocks to
    match the other (MVB 2). Is there a way to pick the one I want to
    change(MVB1 style-a) and tell it to use the style from another one that I
    pick (MVB2 style-b)? so the result would be MVB 1 = style b.

    I know that I can change the style of MVB 1 using the properties palette,
    but I would like to be able to do it with a pick. Similar to the layer
    express tool for matching layer. (Or like match properties.) I hope I am
    getting this across right.


    Thanks for the help.

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    Default Re: Matching styles

    Sorry man. I wish there was, but the properties palette is the best way to change styles for an object. I complained at first but have since gotten used to it. Now here is something for the wish list. A match properties button for AEC objects. Hope you don't mind, but I just have to post this one in the wish list forum.
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    Default Re: Matching styles

    Nope I don't mind at all. In fact I encourage it

    Thanks for the reply

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